On Monday, Nashville Police named the shooter who entered the primary school and opened fire, Audrey Hale. The three weapons used by the trans school shooter who murdered six people, including three children under the age of nine and three staff members, have been photographed by Nashville police. The six killed were identified as Evelyn Dieckhaus, William Kinney, Hallie Scruggs, and all 9 years old students, and Cynthia Peak, Katherine Koonce, and Mike Hill, staff members of the school.
After it was discovered that Hale, who used the pronouns he/him, was transgender, some individuals, posted their transphobic views on social media. The school’s transgender alumna laid out her goals in a comprehensive statement. The “quiet” 28-year-old former art student who went to the church-affiliated school has been named as the suspect accused of storming the Covenant School. Fourteen minutes after being notified, law officers shot and killed the 28-year-old shooter.
Police originally identified the suspect as a 28-year-old white woman, but Hale’s LinkedIn profile showed he/him pronouns, according to reports. Hale was transgender, Nashville Police Chief John Drake revealed at a news conference on Monday afternoon. Drake claimed that Hale entered the school with a handgun, an AR-style pistol, and an AR-style rifle and used the weapons to shoot through a locked side door. He claimed that two of the weapons were “obtained legally, locally here.”
MNPD Officers Rex Engelbert, a 4-year veteran, and Michael Collazo, a 9-year veteran, were part of a team of first responders to the Covenant campus Mon morning. They fired on the active shooter, who was killed. This is their body camera footage. https://t.co/17qsZM6bNp pic.twitter.com/g4b0nMTFRD– Metro Nashville PD (@MNPDNashville) March 28, 2023
Drake claimed that a search of Hale’s home uncovered a “manifesto” and maps of the school, including “surveillance, entry points,” etc. Drake indicated that the attack may have been motivated by “resentment” towards the school in an interview with NBC News. Hale sent a succession of ominous social media messages to a friend before the shooting. Averianna Patton, a former middle school teacher, received a message saying, “You’ll probably hear about me on the news after I die.”
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